domineer, v. 1. tyrannize, rule with a rod of iron, rule with an iron or high hand; boss or boss around; browbeat, intimidate, bully, ride roughshod over, trample, ride herd on; oppress, suppress, repress, keep down or under, lord it over; break, humble, crush, overpower, get the better of; subdue, subjugate, subject, subordinate, enthrall, enslave, reduce to slavery, hold captive, hold in bondage.
2. dominate, master, control, rule, govern; command, order, lay down the law, call the shots or plays, Inf wear the pants; run the show, rule the roost, wear the crown, occupy the throne, have the whip hand; have the upper hand, be master of the situation, be on top of, have [s.o.] under one's thumb; wield the scepter, wield the power, sway, bend to one's will.
3. dominate, tower above, loom over, stand over, bestride; overshadow, eclipse, dwarf, detract from, take away from; prevail over, overtop, rise above, surmount, surpass, top, crown, cap, beat.
domineering, adj. overbearing, imperious, magisterial, lordly, high and mighty; high-handed, arbitrary, presumptuous, peremptory, arrogant, haughty, insolent; commanding, imperative, willful, forceful, coercive, aggressive, pushing, Inf. pushy; masterful, authoritarian, authoritative, Inf. bossy, dictatorial; despotic, autocratic, tyrannical, iron-handed; oppressive, hard, harsh, strict, severe, tough.
dominion, n. 1. supremacy, primacy, preeminence, upper or whip hand, sway, hegemony; reign, sovereignty, suzerainty, empery, (in India) raj; kingship, lordship, mastership, leadership, seignority; authority, jurisdiction, power, Inf. say or say-so.
2. rule, command, mastery, control, domination; hold, grasp, grip, clutches.
3. territory, region, area, country, domain, kingdom. See - domain (def. 1).
don, v. put on, slip on, slip into, assume; (all usu. oneself) dress, dress up, clothe, vest, garb, attire, apparel, habit, SI. dude up; robe, gown, drape; outfit, fit out, rig up, accouter, turn out, gear.
donate, v. 1. present, bestow, confer, allot, render, award, impart; allow, grant, yield, vouchsafe, afford; proffer, offer, tender, extend, issue; bequeath, will, leave, pass down.
2. contribute, give, subscribe, pledge, put oneself down for, do one's part, Inf. chip in, SI. kick in.
donation, n. 1. presentation, bestowal, conferral, allotment, rendition, proffer, tender.
2. contribution, gift, present, offering, benefaction; gratuity, tip, douceur, Fr. pourboire bonus, lagni-appe; handout, alms, charity, dole.
done, adj. 1. completed, through, finished, Fr. fini finished up, concluded, ended, terminated.
2. worn out, exhausted, Inf. dog-tired, prostrate, prostrated, Fr. &puis& very tired, fatigued, Fr. fatiguk, tired out, U.S. Inf. tuckered out, fagged out, SI. pooped out; played out, used up, spent, depleted, drained, Inf. bushed; done for, beaten, Inf. beat, Inf. done in, worn to a frazzle; worn, toilworn, wayworn, footsore; jaded, wearied, weary, drooping; on one's last legs, ready to drop, dead, more dead than alive; haggard, emaciated, wasted, drawn, hollow-eyed; enervated, enervate, languid, debilitated, weakened, weak, enfeeble, feeble; faint, Inf. woozy, Inf groggy.